Silvia Dionisio (born 28 September 1951) is an Italian actress who appeared in several movies in the 1970s.
Born in Rome, Dionisio made her debut in the world of cinema when she was only 14 years old in the movie Darling. Her career followed with parts in mediocre musical Italian movies, along with singers like Mario Tessuto, Gianni Dei, Little Tony and Mal. On the set of one of these movies she met director Ruggero Deodato, who became her husband. They had a son, Saverio Deodato-Dionisio, who worked as an actor.
In 1970, she played in A Girl Called Jules, a semi-erotic film with several non-nude scenes portraying lesbian sex. She also co-starred in The Young, the Evil and the Savage (1968) and Andy Warhol's Blood for Dracula.[citation needed ] In 1975 Dionisio was the protagonist of Ondata di piacere, an erotic thriller set on a small yacht, sco-starring Al Cliver and John Steiner, directed by Deodato. The same year, she played Ugo Tognazzi's lover in Amici miei by Mario Monicelli. In late 1970s she starred in several action or sexy movies. Riccardo Freda cast her in his last film, Murder Obsession (1981) co-starring Laura Gemser.[citation needed ]
In the early 1980s, she left film industry. Her last appearance was in a liqueur spot directed by Federico Fellini.
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